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Kohler, Frank W., b. 1861
Engravings -- Hand-colored -- 1780-1840
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Atlantic City [viewbook]
Belmont and waterworks. Mount Pleasant, Fairmount Park, Philada. [graphic].
Bits of nature and some art products, in Fairmount Park, at Philadelphia, Penna.
Dwelling house, corner Avenue A & 85th Street, New York.
John Jay Smith and Rachel Collins Pearsall Smith Family photograph album
Memories of the home of Grandma Lewis
Near east park, Phila. [graphic] / A. Kollner, fect.
The old houses and stores with memorabilia relating to them and my father and grandfather
Old landmarks & relics of Philadelphia. Fourth series.
Old landmarks & relics of Philadelphia. Second series.
Photograph album of Philadelphia and vicinity
Photographic views of New City Building
[Unnumbered plate and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]
Prospect from Ridgeland, Fairmount Park, Phila. [graphic] / A.K.
Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets.
[Residential New York street]
Saturday jaunts :
Scenery on the Pennsylvania Railroad
Schuylkill River above Fairmount Dam, Philada. in 1843. [graphic] / A.K. 1878.
Schuylkill River below the falls, Fairmount Pk. Phila. [graphic] / A.K.
Sweet Briar Mansion, in 1843. (In Fairmount Park) [graphic].
Thos. Moore's Cottage, Phila. Park. [graphic].
Views of Loudoun and Stenton, residences of Maria Dickinson Logan and her brother, Albanus C. Logan, Germantown, Philadelphia